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The Cleveland Indians gave the Chicago Cubs more than a little scare in the 2016 World Series. Although the Indians have been in a drought of their own, it was simply the Cubs’ time. It has now been nearly 70 years since Cleveland took home the championship. Their most recent one came way back in 1948, with a previous title in 1920. Although they have made many pushes in the postseason, those are the only two championships on record since they started playing ball in 1901. In fact, the Indians are now the proud owners of the longest active drought in MLB. Support them and buy your Cleveland Indians tickets here at Razorgator.

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The Cleveland Indians got a win in Detroit Wednesday night, their first in the four-game series set to end Thursday. Cleveland snuck away with the win following six innings from Carlos Carrasco that included five hits with two runs, five strikeouts and one walk. The 3-2 victory was secured despite Carrasco being ill with a fever. “I didn’t feel good, but it is what it is. I had to do my job,” he commented. This Friday through Sunday, the team will make a stop in Kansas City, Missouri, for three games against the Royals. Game play returns to Progressive Field in Cleveland on Friday, May 12, when the Indians welcome the Minnesota Twins. We are your source for great tickets at great prices—get yours today!
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It’s always fun when your team wins its first home game. It’s even more fun when the home opener is won via walk-off in extra innings. That’s how things went down for the Cleveland Indians on April 11 in a game against the Chicago White Sox. It was a low scoring affair, with the Tribe scoring one run in the first inning and then not adding another until Michael Brantley knocked in Francisco Lindor in the 10th inning to win it. Cleveland fans hope the team can keep on winning at Progressive Field, and the team will host an excellent Houston Astros team starting on April 25. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $9.
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